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The Difference Between Radiculopathy and Neuropathy

An interesting thing happens sometimes when patients come in to GO Imaging for diagnostic testing. They receive a diagnosis and have no idea what it means. It’s understandable for there to be confusion or questions when medical jargon is used. For example, two common findings for patients coming in for MRIs of their spine are… Read More »


Falls Prevention Awareness Day

Did you know that September 23 is Fall Prevention Awareness Day? Though our facilities provide diagnostic imaging services after any injuries, we’re all about education and preventing common injuries when possible. With this in mind, we wanted to explore the most common causes of falls, injuries that can occur as a result of falls, and… Read More »


7 Drug-Free Ways to Combat Pain

Most of the patients we see here at GO Imaging have one symptom in common – pain. Pain can be one of the most debilitating symptoms that wreaks havoc on daily life. September has been declared Pain Awareness Month, and this month, we want to help raise public awareness of a serious issue related to… Read More »


9 Ways To Improve Your Digestive Health

When it comes to your digestive health, you want everything to run smoothly. The food and beverages you consume as well as your lifestyle can have a direct impact on how your body digests what you put into it. While most people know that drinking plenty of water, adding fiber to your diet, and regular… Read More »


6 Surprisingly Common Eye Issues In Children

August is Children’s Eye Health & Safety Month, and as many children prepare to go back to school, one of the things that often comes up during this month is the question of whether or not to have your children get an eye exam. Of course, regardless of when you’re reading this article, eye health… Read More »


Youth Sports

5 Common Sports Injuries in Youth, and How to Prevent Them

As the beginning of the school year approaches, students will be signing up in droves to have their sports physicals. July 15 through 21 also happens to be National Youth Sports Week, which focuses on how youth sports organizations and members of Congress can collaborate to promote healthy lifestyles for children and their families through… Read More »


The Differences Between a Stroke and a TIA

Did you know that every year, nearly 800,000 people have a stroke in the United States alone? Or that of those people nearly 140,000 Americans die as a result of having a stroke? In this post we’ll give you more facts about strokes, and we’ll dispel some common misconceptions. We’ll also give you preventative steps… Read More »


Take a Breath for Women’s Lung Health Week

May 12 through the 18 is known as Women’s Lung Health Week. Now, you might be wondering, why would there be a week specifically for women’s lung health, when men suffer from lung ailments as well. Believe it or not, there are some distinct differences in men versus women in terms of lung function. Importance… Read More »


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5 Types of Meningitis and Tips For Prevention

World Meningitis Day is April 24, and believe it or not, there are actually five types of meningitis! When most people think of meningitis, it’s usually bacterial and viral. However, there are also three additional types including fungal, parasitic, and non-infectious meningitis. In this post we’re going to break down all five types of meningitis… Read More »


National Child Abuse Prevention Month

This is one of those devastating posts that honestly hurts to write. It’s absolutely heartbreaking when we see a patient who is in for an X-Ray, CT Scan or MRI due to something we know wasn’t natural, or wasn’t caused by a genuine accident. Unfortunately, we’re talking about child abuse. As April is National Child… Read More »


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